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NBAA and AOPA late last week sent a joint letter to the TSA asking the agency to double the 60-day comment window for the Large Aircraft Security Program p
Albuquerque, N.M.-based Eclipse Aviation yesterday confirmed that it scrubbed its planned attendance at AOPA Expo this week in San Jose, Calif., as it seek
Hawker Beechcraft chairman and CEO Jim Schuster informed employees on Friday that the Wichita-based aircraft manufacturer will lay off 5 percent of its wor
Germany-based Grob Aerospace GmbH, which was forced to enter the preliminary insolvency process on August 18 after its main source of capital suddenly with
Socata–the Tarbes, France-based manufacturer of the TBM 850 turboprop single–will be majority owned by French-based aerostructure specialist Daher under an
Business and corporate aviation faces its most daunting challenges in the six decades since innovative people put comfy chairs, a coffee pot and windows in
The Corporate Angel Network (CAN) achieved a major milestone last month by providing air transport for its 30,000th cancer patient since its founding 26 ye
China Aviation Industry I (AVIC I) Commercial Aircraft Co.
<i>Jet Support Services (JSSI)</i> made some changes to its leadership, naming <b>Joe Hagin</b>, former deputy chief of staff to President George W.
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The saga of Ed Swearingen’s 9,250-pound, twin-engine Fanjet, announced in 1986, continues.